It’s more discussed here and i have some G80 DCP profiles which are remade(v2) for the new DxOPL.
(not me some one else i just use them.)
The V1 where having some issues in saturation in orange and the clipping highlight tool of DxO was blinking a lot. (clipping tool is not only lumination (brightness) but also saturation.)
So he was recalibrating them for dxoplv3.
I can’t find the text but i assume he uses every data he can squees out of the sensor RAW data.
If i compare the Generic one of DxO and the Huelightv2 versions the clipping warning is often active.
Can someone explain to me how i have to interpreted this DCP profiling?
Does the generic renderings are a better choise because the don’t clip so much or is the clipping just in about 245 and real border is 250 so generic leaves a lot of data out the image?
i can see that it pushes more to the edges in the histogram but the why and theoretical background i don’t know.
i know that rawdigger? and fastrawviewer show much more then a dxo Histogram can be showing so what do i have to think about this behaviour?